UK Anime Network, UK Anime News, Reviews and Articles
UK Anime Network - NEWS

Manga Gamer release The Expression Amrilato

Manga Gamer release The Expression Amrilato
Ross Liversidge
Author: Ross Liversidge

Ross founded the UK Anime Network back in 1995 and works in and around the anime industry.

Manga Gamer have released The Expression Amrilato, a yuri visual novel that also teaches the player Esperanto!

To further the cause of teaching the language, MangaGamer has made an open offer to all edusctional institutions for free copies of the game to help in the study of the language.

The game is available to order now on Steam and MangaGamer direct.

From the Press Release:

At first glance, The Expression: Amrilato is an all-ages yuri tale of a girl named Rin who's suddenly whisked away to another world, a rather common tale in anime, manga, and games. Yet what truly makes The Expression: Amrilato so unique and wonderful is the language barrier Rin faces. Though the girl who takes Rin in, Ruka, speaks a small spattering of Rin's language, the language of this other world is entirely foreign and unknown to Rin. Lost in a world where she's unable to communicate with others, Rin and the reader both must struggle together to learn the language of the world she finds herself in, which is represented with the actual language, Esperanto.

The official trailer:

blog comments powered by Disqus

Other Stories:

Dragon Ball Super coming to POP TV
posted by Ross Liversidge on 18 Jun 2019
Hardcore Mecha Steam Page Live
posted by Ross Liversidge on 14 Jun 2019
Nintendo E3 Compilation
posted by Ross Liversidge on 12 Jun 2019
More anime titles added to Manga's summer slate
posted by Ross Liversidge on 08 Jun 2019
New licenses announced by Seven Seas
posted by Ross Liversidge on 06 Jun 2019
Raging Loop horror visual novel coming later this year courtesy of Pqube
posted by Ross Liversidge on 04 Jun 2019
Funimation Acquires Manga Entertainment Ltd
posted by Dawffyd on 29 May 2019
MVM's new licenses announced at MCM Expo
posted by Ross Liversidge on 25 May 2019